Adolf Loos (10.12.1870 - 23.8.1933) is one of the most important and influential architects of the 20th century. In his architecture he tried to combine tradition and progress and opposed radical developments. His approach often appears contradictory and complex - therefore Adolf Loos remains misunderstood in many ways to this day and his work, which focuses on the interior, remains hidden.
In the anniversary year 2020 and also 2021, we want to make both known and hidden Loos buildings and interiors accessible to the public for the first time via guided tours. In addition to the guided tours, lectures, panel discussions, theme walks and excursions to the Czech Republic (Brno, Prague, Pilsen) are planned in cooperation with other institutions.
We wish you much pleasure with your personal Loos discoveries!
Ralf Bock & Timo Riess
Idea & realisation LOOS2021: Ralf Bock and Timo Riess
The architect Ralf Bock has been researching and publishing on the work of Adolf Loos since 2001 and founded the Adolf Loos Society. Timo Riess is the founder of the Association of Architectural Heritage Austria, which is committed to opening up historical architecture in Austria under the motto "commit-grasp-preserve".
Arch. Ralf Bock
+43 699 19 20 54 03
DI Timo Riess, MPA
+43 664 850 4625
"Verborgenes von Adolf Loos entdecken" - WienTourismus
"Wie man ein Loos-Zimmer besucht, das nicht mehr da ist", Die Presse, 25.02.2020